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July 2021 Edition
Satellite Innovation, Systems Integration, Tomorrow's Technologies, Funding Strategies, New Markets
 
InfoBeam
 
InfoBeam Part I, SpaceX Transporter-2 • NOAA • Wavestream • Space Flight Labs • Bharti
Information and News by the Editors
 
InfoBeam Part II, Intuitive Machines • Infostellar • Gilmour Space Technologies • Rocket Factory Augsburg •
Information and News by the Editors
Features
 
Focus: LeoStella, Brian Rider, Chief Technical Officer, and Breanne Tuttle, Head of Production, LeoStella
The smallsat revolution holds enormous promise for society and our industry. 
 
Advancing Electric Propulsion Engine Ground Testing, Anne Wainscott-Sargent, Research Communications, Georgia Institute of Technology
For America to achieve its ambitions for deep space exploration, it will need high-power electric propulsion
 
A Kratos Constellations Conversation With Robert Bell, Executive Director, World Teleport Association
The growing adoption of virtualization is having a profound impact in the satellite industry.
 
Path Diversity With Satellite Connectivity Fortifies Comms For Emergency Response, Tony Bardo, Assistant Vice President of Government Solutions, Hughes Network Systems
This forecast is a call-to-action for emergency preparation to shore up communications networks.
 
At Home Connectivity In Rural Locations With LEO Satellites, Will Mudge, Vice President, Engineering Operations, Speedcast
The more rural or challenging your location, the poorer your connectivity is likely to be. 
 
The Way Ahead When Commercializing Space Optics, Paul Townley-Smith, Director of Design & Prototyping, ZYGO Electro Optics
Commercial space optics systems are targeted at higher quantity and lower-cost applications.
 
Better Satellite World: Is There A Satellite Within?, Space & Satellite Professionals International (SSPI)
Most never know they have accessed a satellite. 
 
Why Now Is The Time To Transform SATCOM Service Delivery, Ken Grelck, Industry Vice President of Communications, Americas & APAC, Capgemini Engineering
Machine to Machine (M2M) and sensor communications traffic represents a game-changing opportunity for satellite communications
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